College Transitions is an internationally recognized team of college planning experts. As the only admissions consulting provider with an active research agenda in higher education, our counselors leverage their quantitative background, professional network, and inside knowledge to help students identify good-fit schools and gain a competitive advantage in the admissions process. Over the past decade, College Transitions has supported thousands of applicants, helping them secure admission at more than 500 of the most competitive colleges, universities, and graduate programs.
Sampling of Acceptances
Susan Hayes, New York, NY
Paul Yousef, Vienna, VA
Amanda Zhang, Atlanta, GA
Adam Yao, Shanghai, China
Nancy N., Portland, ME
Whether we’re presenting, writing, or being written about, College Transitions is creating buzz and contributing to the college knowledge of students and their families. Our work has been featured in numerous print and online publications, and we are regularly asked to inform the public on issues related to college admission and planning.
College Transitions on WSOC-TV
Charlotte, NC— Dr. Michael Trivette was featured on WSOC-TV in Charlotte for a segment focusing on the increase in federal student loan interest rates for the 2018-19 academic year. In the segment, Michael encourages students and families to be mindful when using student loans to…
Andrew Belasco interviewed by College Confidential
Washington, DC— College Transitions CEO Dr. Andrew Belasco was interviewed by College Confidential to set the record straight on several myths surrounding admission into medical schools. Andrew gave insight on topics such as: How much does undergraduate selectivity matter when applying the medical school? Is it…
Michael Trivette featured in MarketWatch
New York City, NY— Dr. Michael Trivette spoke with MarketWatch to offer insight into how intercollegiate athletic scandals may influence parents’ and students’ views of an institution. Michael explained that when families see a university where the administration is not acting in the best interest of students,…